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[image]A Rille Runs Through It - NASA/Apollo
This oblique view of the Moon's surface was photographed by the Apollo 10 astronauts in May of 1969. Center point coordinates are located at 13 degrees, 3 minutes east longitude and 7 degrees, 1 minute north latitude. One of the Apollo 10 astronauts attached a 250mm lens and aimed a handheld 70mm camera at the surface from lunar orbit for a series of pictures in this area.
Keywords: Earths Moon; Apollo 10; What -- Apollo 10
Downloads: 40
[image]Apollo 10 Roll-out - NASA
Apollo 10 rollout from the Vehicle Assembly Building (VAB) to Complex 39B.
Keywords: Saturn V; Apollo 10; What -- Apollo 10
Downloads: 42
[image]Long Shadows on the Lunar Surface - NASA/Apollo
This oblique view of the Moon's surface was photographed by the Apollo 10 astronauts in May of 1969. Center point coordinates are located at 16 degrees, 2 minutes east longitude and 0 degrees, 3 minutes north latitude. One of the Apollo 10 astronauts attached a 250mm lens and aimed a handheld 70mm camera at the surface from lunar orbit for a series of pictures in this area.
Keywords: Earths Moon; Apollo 10; What -- Apollo 10
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[movies]onbclip08 - NASA
The Apollo 10 crew enjoying zero gravity.
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[movies]onbclip09 - NASA
Apollo 10 Astronaut Eugene Cernan spins a fluid bag.
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[movies]onbclip03 - NASA
Snoopy" approaches and docks with "Charlie Brown" during the Apollo 10 Mission.
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[image]Apollo 10 oblique view of western portion of Sea of Tranquility - NASA/Johnson Space Center (NASA-JSC)
An Apollo 10 oblique view of the western portion of the Sea of Tranquility. The area in the picture is located approximately 70 nautical miles east-southeast of Apollo Landing Site 2. The flat terrain pitted by moderate-sized craters is typica of this portion of Mare Tranquillitatis.
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Downloads: 21
[image]MANUFACTURING - GRUMMAN A.E.C. (LM-4/9) - NASA
MANUFACTURING - GRUMMAN A.E.C. (LM-4/9) Manufacturing views of Lunar Modules 4 thru 9 for Apollo Missions 10 thru 15. 1. Apollo General- Manufacturing (apollo 10-15).
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[movies]onbclip01 - NASA
Command Service Module "Charlie Brown" as seen from the Lunar Module "Snoopy" during the Apollo 10 Mission.
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[image]MANUFACTURING - GRUMMAN A.E.C. (LM-4/9) - NASA
MANUFACTURING - GRUMMAN A.E.C. (LM-4/9) Manufacturing views of Lunar Modules 4 thru 9 for Apollo Missions 10 thru 15. 1. Apollo General- Manufacturing (apollo 10-15).
Keywords: What -- Apollo 10
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[movies]APOLLO 10: Training for Lunar Surface Activities - NASA/Langley Research Center (NASA-LaRC)
Astronauts train on a mock-up lunar surface, practicing the procedures they will follow on the real thing, and adjusting to the demands of the workload. From the film documentary "APOLLO 10: 'Green Light for a Lunar Landing'". Part of a documentary series made in the early 70's on the APOLLO missions, and narrated by Burgess Meredith. (Actual date created is not known at this time) APOLLO 10: Manned lunar orbital flight with Thomas P Stafford, John W...
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[movies]APOLLO 10: Improvments in Living Conditions - NASA/Langley Research Center (NASA-LaRC)
Living conditions were superior on this flight to any previously. From the film documentary "APOLLO 10: 'Green Light for a Lunar Landing'". Part of a documentary series made in the early 70's on the APOLLO missions, and narrated by Burgess Meredith. (Actual date created is not known at this time) APOLLO 10: Manned lunar orbital flight with Thomas P Stafford, John W. Young, and Eugene A. Cernan to test all aspects of an actual manned lunar landing except the landing...
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[movies]APOLLO 10 16MM ONBOARD FILM 1 - NASA/Johnson Space Center
Film taken includes the Lunar Module (LM) after undocking from the Command Service Module (CSM) in lunar orbit, the CSM during docking, and nice closeups of the lunar surface.
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[movies]APOLLO 10 16MM ONBOARD FILM 2 - NASA/Johnson Space Center
Film taken includes various scenes of Thomas Stafford, Eugene Cernan and John Young working in the Command Module, lunar orbit views, Earth-rise, and reentry.
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[movies]Apollo 10 - To Sort Out The Unknowns - NASA
Describes the flight of the Apollo 10, including photography of the moon from high and low orbits. To license this film and get a higher quality version for broadcast/film purposes, contact A/V Geeks LLC.
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[movies]onbclip07 - NASA
Various Apollo 10 Crew activities.
Keywords: What -- Apollo 10
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[audio]Apollo 10 - John Stoll
Digitized, cataloged and archived by the Houston Audio Control Room.
Keywords: NASA; Apollo 10
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[movies]APOLLO 10: Simulated Lunar Gravity Training - NASA/Langley Research Center (NASA-LaRC)
Training for APOLLO 10. The astronauts train in a simulated microgravity environment - underwater and in the air - to familiarise them with the effect of lunar gravity. From the film documentary "APOLLO 10: 'Green Light for a Lunar Landing'". Part of a documentary series made in the early 70's on the APOLLO missions, and narrated by Burgess Meredith. (Actual date created is not known at this time) APOLLO 10: Manned lunar orbital flight with Thomas P Stafford, John W...
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[movies]onbclip04 - NASA
Apollo 10 Astronaut Eugene Cernan.
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[movies]onbclip05 - NASA
Apollo 10 Views of the Lunar surface as seen from the Lunar Module.
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[image]The Lunar Limb - NASA/Apollo
A high forward oblique view of Rima Ariadaeus on the Moon, as photographed by the Apollo 10 astronauts in May of 1969. Center point coordinates are located at 17 degrees, 5 minutes east longitude and 5 degrees, 0 minutes north latitude. One of the Apollo 10 astronauts aimed a handheld 70mm camera at the surface from lunar orbit for a series of pictures in this area.
Keywords: Earths Moon; Apollo 10; What -- Moon; What -- Apollo 10
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[image]Celestial Wonderland - NASA
This high forward oblique view of Rima Ariadaeus on the moon was photographed by the Apollo 10 crew in May 1969. Center point coordinates are located at 17 degrees, 5 minutes east longitude and 5 degrees, 0 minutes north latitude. The Apollo 10 crew aimed a hand-held 70mm camera at the surface from lunar orbit for a series of images of this area. Image Credit: NASA
Keywords: What -- Moon; What -- Apollo 10
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[image]Apollo 10 view of the Earth rising above the lunar horizon - NASA/Johnson Space Center (NASA-JSC)
A view of the earth rising above the lunar horizon photographed from the Apollo 10 Lunar Module, looking west in the direction of travel. The Lunar Module at the time the picture was taken was located above the lunar farside highlands at approximately 105 degrees east longitude.
Keywords: What -- Earth; What -- Apollo 10
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[image]Photograph of moon after transearth insertion - NASA/Johnson Space Center (NASA-JSC)
This photograph of the moon was taken after transearth insertion when the Apollo 10 spacecraft was high above the lunar equator near 27 degrees east longitude. North is about 20 degrees left of the top of the photograph. Apollo Landing Site 3 is on the lighted side of the terminator in a dark area just north of the equator. Apollo Landing Site 2 is near the lower left margin of the Sea of Tranquility (Mare Tranquillitatis), which is the large, dark area near the center of the photograph.
Keywords: What -- Moon; What -- Apollo 10
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[image]Apollo 10 Command/Service Modules seen from Lunar Module after separation - NASA/Johnson Space Center (NASA-JSC)
The Apollo 10 Command and Service Modules (CSM) are photographed from the Lunar Module (LM) after CSM/LM separation in lunar orbit. The CSM was about 175 statute miles east of Smyth's Sea and was above the rough terrain which is typical of the lunar farside. The eastward oblique view of the lunar surface is centered near 105 degrees east longitude and 1 degree north latitude. The horizon is approximately 600 kilometers (374 statute miles) away...
Keywords: What -- Apollo 10; What -- Sun
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[image]Apollo 10 photograph shows Sea of Tranquility near Apollo Landing Site 2 - NASA/Johnson Space Center (NASA-JSC)
This near vertical photograph taken from the Apollo 10 Command and Service Modules shows features typical of the Sea of Tranquility near Apollo Landing Site 2. The proposed landing area for Apollo 11 (Lunar Landing Site 2) is a relatively smooth maria area in the upper right quadrant of the photographed area. The prominent linear feature at left is Hypatia Rille (called "U.S. 1" by the Apollo 10 crew)...
Keywords: What -- Apollo 10; What -- Crater
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[movies]onbclip02 - NASA
Views of the Earth as seen from the Lunar Horizon during the Apollo 10 Mission.
Keywords: What -- Earth; What -- Apollo 10
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[movies]onbclip06 - NASA
Apollo 10 Astronauts Eugene Cernan, John Young, and Thomas Stafford inside the "LM".
Keywords: Who -- John Young; What -- Apollo 10
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[image]Apollo 10 view across Apollo Landing Site 3 in the Central Bay - NASA/Johnson Space Center (NASA-JSC)
Apollo 10 photograph of the lunar nearside looking westward across Apollo Landing Site 3 in the Central Bay. Topographic features on the surface of the Central Bay are accentuated by the low sun angle. Bruce, the prominent crater at lower right, is about 3.7 statute miles in diameter.
Keywords: What -- Apollo 10; What -- Sun; What -- Crater
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[image]Apollo 10 view across Apollo Landing Site 3 in the Central Bay - NASA/Johnson Space Center (NASA-JSC)
Apollo 10 westward view across Apollo Landing Site 3 in the Central Bay. Apollo Landing Site 3 is in the middle distance at the left margin of the pronounced ridge in the left half of the photograph. Bruce, the prominent crater, near the bottom of the scene, is about 6 kilometers (3.7 statute miles) in diameter. Topographic features on the surface of the Central Bay are accentuated by the low sun angle...
Keywords: What -- Apollo 10; What -- Crater; What -- Sun
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[image]Apollo 103/Saturn 503 Mate - NASA
The 103 Apollo Command/Service Module is shown being mated to the Instrument Unit atop the three-stage Apollo/Saturn 503 Launch Vehicle inside the Vehicle Assembly Building (VAB).
Keywords: Saturn V; Apollo Spacecraft; What -- Apollo 10
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[movies]JSC-519 Apollo 10-To Sort Out the Unknowns.wmv - NASA/JSC
APOLLO 10: TO SORT OUT THE UNKNOWNS JSC 519 - (1969) - 25 1/2 Minutes Astronauts: Thomas P. Stafford, John W. Young, and Eugene A. Cernan Launch date: May 18, 1969 Records the accomplishment of the basic mission of Apollo 10 - to uncover and solve the few remaining problems before lunar landing. The Lunar Module descends to within 50,000 feet of the Moon. Includes photography of the Moon from high and low orbits.
Keywords: Apollo 10; Apollo; Stafford; Young; Cernan
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[image]Apollo 10 Helicopter Recovery - NASA
A Navy helicopter arrivies to recover the Apollo 10 astronauts, seen entering a life raft, as the Command Module "Charlie Brown" floats in the South Pacific. U.S. Navy underwater demolition team swimmers assist in the recovery operations. Splashdown occurred at 11:53 a.m., May 26, 1969, about 400 miles east of American Samoa. Note that in this photo the divers have attached a flotation collar to the spacecraft.
Keywords: Spacecraft Landings; Apollo 10; What -- Apollo 10; Where -- American Samoa; Where -- Samoa
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[image]Apollo 10 Prime Crew - NASA
The prime crew of the Apollo 10 lunar orbit mission is photographed while at the Kennedy Space Center for pre-flight training. Left to right are astronauts Eugene A. Cernan, Lunar Module pilot; John W. Young, Command Module pilot; and Thomas P. Stafford, Commander.
Keywords: Astronauts; Apollo 10; What -- Apollo 10; Where -- Kennedy Space Center (KSC)
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[image]The Apollo 10 Prime Crew - NASA
The prime crew of the Apollo 10 lunar orbit mission at the Kennedy Space Center. They are from left to right: Lunar Module pilot, Eugene A. Cernan, Commander, Thomas P. Stafford, and Command Module pilot John W. Young.
Keywords: Astronauts; Apollo 10; What -- Apollo 10; Where -- Kennedy Space Center (KSC)
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[image]Apollo 10 Firing Room 3 - NASA
Apollo 10 mission officials monitor prelaunch activities within the Launch Control Center's Firing Room 3 at the Kennedy Space Center.
Keywords: Rocket Launches; Apollo 10; What -- Apollo 10; Where -- Kennedy Space Center (KSC)
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[image]Apollo 10 launch - NASA
The Apollo 10 (Spacecraft 106/Lunar Module 4/Saturn 505) space vehicle is launched from Pad B, Launch Complex 39, Kennedy Space Center at 12:49 p.m., May 18, 1969.
Keywords: Rocket Launches; Apollo 10; What -- Apollo 10; Where -- Kennedy Space Center (KSC)
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[image]Terraced Wall Crater on the Lunar Limb - NASA/Apollo
This oblique view featuring International Astronomical Union (IAU) Crater 302 on the Moon surface was photographed by the Apollo 10 astronauts in May of 1969. Note the terraced walls of the crater and central cone. Center point coordinates are located at 162 degrees, 2 minutes east longitude and 10 degrees, 1 minute south latitude. One of the Apollo 10 astronauts aimed a handheld 70mm camera at the surface from lunar orbit for a series of pictures in this area.
Keywords: Earths Moon; Apollo 10; What -- Crater; What -- Moon; What -- Apollo 10
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[image]KSC-69P-291 - NASA
KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. --Apollo 10 astronaut Thomas P. Stafford is assisted in being suited up prior to the Countdown Demonstration Test, a full dress rehearsal.
Keywords: What -- Apollo 10; Where -- Kennedy Space Center (KSC)
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[image]KSC-69P-259 - NASA
KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- Astronaut Eugene A. Cernan is lunar module pilot for Apollo 10, scheduled for launch from the nation's spaceport on May 18. Cernan and Apollo 10 Commander Thomas P. Stafford are to detach the lunar module after the spacecraft enters lunar orbit and drop down to within 10 miles of the Moon's pockmarked surface before rejoining John W. Young, command module pilot, orbiting the Moon in the command/service module...
Keywords: What -- Apollo 10; What -- Moon; Where -- Kennedy Space Center (KSC)
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[image]KSC-69P-286 - NASA
KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- Astronaut John W. Young suits up for the Apollo 10 Countdown Demonstration Test (CDDT) which ended successfully at 1:01 p.m. today, clearing the way for a May 18 launch. Young, command module pilot, will keep lonely vigil in lunar orbit while Thomas P. Stafford, commander, and Eugene A. Cernan, lunar module pilot, drop to within 10 miles of the Moon in the lunar module before returning to the parent spacecraft.
Keywords: What -- Apollo 10; What -- Moon; Where -- Kennedy Space Center (KSC)
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[image]KSC-69P-289 - NASA
KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- A technician helps astronaut Thomas P. Stafford, Apollo 10 commander, suit up for the Countdown Demonstration Test (CDDT) which ended successfully at 1:01 p.m. today. The CDDT is a dress rehearsal for the launch of Apollo 10 from Pad B at Launch Complex 39 May 18 at 12:49 p.m.
Keywords: What -- Apollo 10; Where -- Kennedy Space Center (KSC)
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[image]Prelaunch - Apollo 10 arrival - NASA
Arrival, off-loading from the barge, and transfer to the Vehicle Assembly Building VAB, of the Saturn 505 S-IC stage for the Apollo 10 mission, into high bay 3 and onto LUT-3; and movement of Apollo 9 CSM-104 Command/Service Modules from Manned Spacecraft Operations Building MSOB high bay prior to transfer to the Vehicle Assembly Building VAB at Kennedy Space Center KSC. 1. Apollo 9 - Prelaunch
Keywords: What -- Saturn; What -- Apollo 10; What -- Apollo 9
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[image]KSC-69P-256 - NASA
KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- Apollo 10 Flight Crew Training. From left re Lunar Module Pilot Eugene A. Cernan, Commander Thomas P. Stafford and Command Module Pilot John w. Young.
Keywords: What -- Apollo 10; Where -- Kennedy Space Center (KSC)
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[image]KSC-69PC-148 - NASA
KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- Astronaut Eugene A. Cernan is lunar module pilot for the Apollo 10 lunar orbit mission scheduled for launch from KSC on May 18. Cernan and Apollo 10 commander Thomas P. Stafford will detach the lunar module from the command/service module and drop to within 10 miles of the lunar surface before rejoining John W. Young, command module pilot, in the parent spacecraft.
Keywords: What -- Apollo 10; Where -- Kennedy Space Center (KSC)
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[image]Apollo 10 Launch - NASA/Marshall Space Flight Center
The fifth launch of the Saturn V launch vehicle (SA-505), the Apollo 10 mission with astronauts Thomas P. Stafford, John W. Young, and Eugene A. Cernan, occurred on May 18, 1969. The crew performed the first lunar orbit rendezvous, and the lunar landing mission profile was performed except for powered descent, landing, and ascent of the Lunar Module. The mission objectives were to rehearse all the steps and reproduce all the events of the Apollo 11, the first lunar landing mission, with the exce...
Keywords: What -- Saturn; What -- Apollo 10; What -- Apollo 11
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[image]KSC-69P-240 - NASA
KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- The May 18 launch date for the Apollo 10 mission is now little more than a month away for its prime crew, shown here at Complex 39's Pad B. From left are Thomas P. Stafford, commander; John W. Young, command module pilot; and Eugene A. Cernan, lunar module pilot. Visible through the girders of the Mobile Service Structure is the launch vehicle which will hurl them toward the Moon in a mission that is to carry Stafford and Cernan to within 50,000 feet of the lunar su...
Keywords: What -- Apollo 10; What -- Moon; Where -- Kennedy Space Center (KSC)
Downloads: 13
[image]KSC-69PC-128 - NASA
KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- Apollo 10 rollout to Complex 39-B.
Keywords: What -- Apollo 10; Where -- Kennedy Space Center (KSC)
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[image]KSC-69P-151 - NASA
KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- The 363-foot-high Saturn V space vehicle for the Apollo 10 mission towers over the Crawlerway during its rollout today from the Vehicle Assembly Building, in background, to Launch Pad B, four miles away. The unfueled rocket, weighing a half-million pounds, and the 12-million-pound mobile launcher, were carried by a transporter to the launch pad at an average speed under one mile per hour...
Keywords: What -- Saturn; What -- Apollo 10; Where -- Kennedy Space Center (KSC)
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[image]Albert Siepert Points Out Highlights of Apollo 10 Liftoff to Belgium King and Queen - NASA
Kennedy Space Center Deputy Director for Administration, Albert Siepert, seated at left on third row, points out highlights of Apollo 10 liftoff to Belgiums King Baudouin and Queen Fabiola. Next to the queen is Mrs. Siepert. Former Vice President Hubert Humphrey, in baseball cap at right, talks with Mr. And Mrs. Emil Mosbacher, seated next to him. Mr. Mosbacher is the Chief of U.S. Protocol. The Apollo 10 astronauts were launched by an Apollo/Saturn V space vehicle at 12:49 pm EDT, May 18, 1969,...
Keywords: VIPs-People at NASA-NACA; Apollo 10; Who -- Hubert H. Humphrey; What -- Apollo 10; Where -- Kennedy Space Center (KSC); Where -- Belgium
Downloads: 32
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